I'll start with the top: look at those sexy, smoldering eyes. Check out the hot stuble.
Travel down to the disperses chest hair with the various growth patterns. The trail sort of starts a bit above his sternum. Then travels in a long, thin direction down to his crotch. But this trail is multi-faceted. The thin line, surrounded by a rectangle which decorates his stomach.
What about the veins in the arms? What about the incredible body (shoulders, iliac). This dude is so long and thin and hairy and beautiful.
In the warm light everyone! A beautiful, simple trail. I think the dude's chest has been tended to. What about trail (do you think it has been tended?) He is lovely. Beautiful natural armpit hair. Incredible body. Gorgeous face.
Be still my aching heart. I am in love with this lovely winnowing sexy trail and the dude that goes with it. Isn't this hot? Glorious bush. Although it's sad about the cigarette, IMHO. (I'm a recovering smoker so I do understand for all our readers who smoke). Oh, and what about that faint tan line. Shiver me timbers! And isn't it framed perfectly with the leather coat.
Thank you Kevin. My heart goes out to all of you like Kevin (who's in the US heartland now) and are freezing and all of those who are living with the snow and ice. We had a nice toasty 75 degrees today here in Palm Desert. I went over to San Diego for the morning…..it was lovely. I'm not gloating! I will literally sit in hell starting in a few months when the temperatures goes to 120!
Hope this photo and the handsome young lad and his natural maleness warms everyone up!
The nipple…standing at attention! It is magnificent. And look at this dude's incredible treasure trail. I'm quivering. And you. Be sure and click it to see all of the masculine beauty. (It is worth clicking through).
Shout out to Anon who frequently leaves comments (there are several anons). I appreciate and enjoy your frequent comments. Keep 'em coming!
Which piece of this male specimen is more delectable?
The nipples are so succulent. The trail: a cross between a long/pyramid trail. The dark, full beard. Why would anyone think that the hair on this man is anything but perfect? He is perfectly beautiful in every masculine way.
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This blog site is intended to be a study of the beauty of the male form, particularly that most visually erotic and enticing area, the treasure trail.
It is difficult in this day and age to compose such a study because the current male ideal is a shaved, non-hirsute facsimile of real masculinity. Searching for photographs of the treasure trail is a hunt in and of itself because it seems most men these days are shaving everywhere. (If you must shave please leave your trail........trim it if need be but don't obliterate your most enchanting spot!)
This is not intended to be a blog about hairy chested men. It may seem so only because so many men either shave their chest or don't, so the only photos you can find seem to be one or another. We search to find a balance of naturally smooth chested guys with a natural treasure trail.
It is the philosophy of this blog that the male form is exquisitely beautiful in all of its infinite forms, which are well illustrated through this blog's photographic study.
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Trim if you must but don't eliminate your treasure trail
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